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    2013.05.04 deel 1.2 kopvol 2013.05.04 deel 1.2 kopvol Presentation Transcript

    • © Erwin WurmCREATINGHEALINGENVIRONMENTSDr. Tanja Vollmer & Ir Gemma Koppenkopvol architecture & psychologyPsychology behind ArchitectureTU Delft 18.03.2013
    • © 2013DefinitionCreating Healing Environments(1)Develop architectural / design interventions, whicha) support the process of recoveryb) prevent illness and co-morbidityc) are able to heal (!?)(2) Base the intervention on scientific evidence(3) Evaluate the impact of the intervention(= provide scientific evidence)05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • Kopvol Work ConceptCreating Healing Environments(1) Deep understanding of the psychologicalconstitution of the client (group)(2) Conducting hypothesis directed research(3) Developing a design (criteria) based on theresearch results / evidence(Vollmer, Koppen, Hedy D’Ancona Prijs 2012)05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • Project ExampleCreating Healing EnvironmentsArchitecture as Second BodyResearch by Design Project on CancerPatients Environmental NeedsFunded by the NetherlandsArchitecture Fund_2008-2010(Vollmer, Koppen, Layout 11_SFA 2010)© 201305 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • (1) psychological constitutionArchitecture as Second Body“When our most important protection space,our body, becomes ill, our mind follows!The more severe an illness is and the more threateningthe changes are experienced,the stronger our whole system is stressed!”(Vollmer & Koppen, Sickness of Space (Die Erkrankung des Raumes_Utz Verlag_2010)05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • (1) psychological constitutionArchitecture as Second Body“As compared with cancer-free persons, the relativerisk of suicide among patients receiving a cancerdiagnosis was 12 times higher during the first week and3 times higher during the first year […]”F Fang, K Fall, M Mittleman et al.: Suicide and Cardiovascular Deathafter a Cancer Diagnosis. New Engl J Med 366;14 April 5, 201205 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • SubjectiveTwo Types of Coping with Cancer70% Positive Coping30% Negative Coping05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013I will die!
    • (2) Hypothesis directed researchArchitecture as Second BodyAre there environmental factors that stimulatecancer patients’ positive coping?05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • orientation odor sound protectiondaylight perspective(far view)psychosocialsupport(2) Hypothesis directed researchArchitecture as Second Body© 201305 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 20137 environmental factors stimulatecancer patients’ positive coping
    • (2) Hypothesis directed researchArchitecture as Second BodyAre theseenvironmentalfactors implementedin the Netherlandsoncology care andcure system?05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • (2) Hypothesis directed researchArchitecture as Second Body05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • 05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • 05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • ODOR05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • PERSPECTIVE05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • (2) Hypothesis directed researchArchitecture as Second Body05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • © 2012disorientation and long paths05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • SMELL05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • PERSPECTIVE05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • A mental map of cancerhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kn9spu_at5I
    • (3) The design: Architecture as Second BodyThe OPPO Prototype(1) Fusion of oncology policlinic andpsychooncology service center05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • (3) The design: Architecture as Second BodyThe OPPO Prototype05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013(1) Fusion of oncology policlinic andpsychooncology service center
    • (3) The design: Architecture as Second BodyThe OPPO Prototype(2) Redefining of the program andchanging the DNA of cancer centers basedon the coping with cancer strategies05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • (3) The design: The OPPO PrototypeNo discrimination of medical and psychosocial program05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • Section B-B(3) The design: The OPPO Prototype© 2013architecture becomes an activeintegral part of the careconcept and prevents co-morbidity05 PR_CREATING HE_LECTURE_TU DELFT_VOLLMER KOPPEN_MRT 2013 © 2013
    • © Erwin WurmThank youfor yourattention!